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Producing for TV and Video by Cathrine Kellison

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images Post-Production: The Final Product

This Chapter’s Talking Points

I. The Producer’s Role
II. The Editor’s Role
III. The Sound Designer’s Role
IV. Delivering the Final Product
V. Summary
VI. Chapter Review Questions

I. The Producer’s Role

Post-production can be the least understood aspect of the producer’s domain. This is where the footage and audio are joined together to create a flowing coherent piece.

Before starting post-production, you want to know who to hire and you want to learn the shortcuts necessary to make post-production more creative and efficient in both the editing and ...

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